View Full Version : I want a IDE works in shell like Borland C++ 3.1

21st November 2004, 12:30 PM
I dont want GNome or KDE or other windows, It looks not well and oddly than M$ Windows.(ha, sorry for my words to linux fans)

I like the shell command line mode, but I am not found a IDE that it can works well in shell. vi is good but it isnt a IDE for programmer.

I like the borland C++ 3.1 IDE in the dos times, it is very very very good: simple, speed, performance and syntax highlights and more.

Can I found a IDE like BC31 in linux worlds???? (I should do a IDE like BC31 after I master the linux, let vi or emacs to die, ha)

21st November 2004, 01:27 PM
Ah yes, Borland 3.1, that brings back memories! :o
Well, I also used a clone of that later in DOS, called RHIDE. I see it now runs on Linux too!
I'm myself more of a Eclipse fan now though...


Check this screenie out!


22nd November 2004, 06:17 AM
Ha! Add two letters and rhide is rawhide, the Red Hat development release (http://lwn.net/1998/0820/rawhide.html).

Sorry. Back to your regularly scheduled topic.